The Samuel Kayon Doe Stadium, Monrovia has been chosen to host the Sierra Leone Versus Super Eagles game on Sunday, June 18.
Samuel Kayon Doe Stadium will serve as home ground for Sierra Leone owing to the non-approval of any of its stadium in the country.
The 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying tie will be played at a neutral venue following the failure of the Sierra Leone Football Federation to present a suitable stadium in the country.
The Leone Stars played their previous two home games in the qualifiers at a neutral stadium.
Super Eagles top Group A of the qualifiers with nine points and need just a point from the game to secure a place in Cote d’Ivoire 2023.
The Leone Stars presently occupy third position in the group with five points and need a win to keep their qualification hopes alive.
Second place Guinea-Bissau will take on Sao Tome and Principe in the other game in the group.
If Nigeria win against Sierria Leone they will qualify to the AFCON to be hosted by Ivory Coast with a game to spare.